Kansas football picked up a commitment from class of 2022 safety Jacobe Chester. Chester talked with the Kansan on Tuesday about his decision to come to KU.
Kaleb Pillow, a high school junior from Lubbock, Texas, received his first Division 1 offer from Kansas football. Pillow says location and relationships are his most influential factors when picking a college.
Kansas football target Khalib Johnson, class of 2022, announces that he wants to reopen his recruitment process and push back his commitment date.
Landon Kawananakoa Nelson joins early enrollee DeVonte Wilson as the second cornerback commitment for the KU football class of 2021. “Overall, KU is a great place with a great culture," Nelson said. "Personally for me, it was the best opportunity. It was easy for me to see myself fitting in and staying there for the next four years.”
Three-star cornerback prospect for the class of 2021 Kameron Grays announced his decommitment from Kansas and his commitment to Middle Tennessee State University on Wednesday. His decision followed KU offensive coach Brent Dearmon's announcement that he is leaving Kansas for MTSU.
Houston Thomas, a tight end from College Station, Texas, received an offer from Kansas football, he said on Twitter Monday. Thomas plays both wide receiver and tight end in high school, but told the Kansan he will likely play at the tight end position in college.
Cole Mondi from Lawrence High School committed to KU football team. Trying to build on recruiting success, the program also extended five new scholarship offers.
Class of 2022 offensive lineman Brock Burns had been committed to Kansas since Aug. 2, 2020. Burns has also been recruited by Arkansas, Tulane, and Colorado, among other schools.
Kansas football has extended a scholarship offer to class of 2022 defensive end Kyree Moyston, he announced Wednesday. The Jayhawks currently have five commitments in the class of 2022.
With the addition of Hank Kelly, Kansas football now has 26 commitments in its 2021 recruiting class. The Jayhawks have the No. 45-ranked class in the nation.
Following these commitments, Kansas football now has the nation's No. 45-ranked recruiting class in 2021, according to 247Sports.
Kansas football has extended a scholarship offer to class of 2022 linebacker Omar Graham Jr., he announced Monday via social media.
Edwin White, a three-star safety in the class of 2021, committed to Kansas football Friday. The Jayhawks now have the No. 51-ranked recruiting class in the nation, according to 247Sports.
Kansas football announced the addition of 18 signees as a part of its 2021 Signing Day class Wednesday. Six recruits are expected to enroll early at KU.